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day in "the situation room." brooke baldwin and jake tapper take it over from here. >>> wolf thank you so much. good afternoon, i'm brooke baldwin here standing on boylston street as we continue this search for answers after this boston marathon bombing. now two weeks ago today. we're going to talk about next couple of hours about the parents here w we're the tsarnaev parents as there had been coming here to boston. still this elder brother, the the medical examiner's office. also, this afternoon, getting new details from ashleigh banfield who is here in boston. nuggets as far as what she's been learning from the beth israel hospital staff, when this younger tsarnaev dzhokhar tsarnaev was taken last week to this prison medical facility in deven devens, massachusetts, 40 miles from where i'm standing. but i want to begin with the wife of brother, tamerlan tsarnaev. her name is katherine russell. she has been questioned by investigators. we at cnn would love to talk to her. we're hearing a little bit from her attorney and we have seen some action today outsi
vause at cnn's world headquarters in atlanta. i'll be joined shortly by brook baldwin, live in boston. we'd like to welcome our viewers here in the united states and around the world. to end this manhunt it did not come peacefully. >> early friday evening gunfire erupted in watertown. dzhokar tsarnaev was apparently putting up a fight after finding himself surrounded by police. what followed was a tense standoff with the 19-year-old tsarnaev. friday night ending would be different, unlike his older brother, the youngest tsarnaev would be captured, injured but alive. this photo shows tsarnaev being transferred to an ambulance. we are told he is now in serious condition. the art of dzhokar tsarnaev was greeted by cheers. we'll have a live report from poppy harlow to the reaction of the arrest. >>> friday night's dramatic events followed a massive manhunt. after thursday night's gun fight that resulted in the death of his older brother, dzhokar tsarnaev was finally cornered late friday afternoon hiding on a boat in the backyard of a watertown home. now we go to cnn's edward davis. >> he
continues now with jake tapper a brooke baldwin, here in boston. >> half a world away from boston, the parents -- the parents of the bombing suspects lash out. they say their lives are now in danger and their sons are victims of an elaborate hoax. >>> good morning. welcome to a special edition of i news room" live from boston. i'm jake tapper. >> i'm brooke baldwin. busy morning of developments. let's begin with investigators looking into a bizarre and fascinating possibility that his older brother, a devout muslim, with fundamental beliefs may have funded attacks by peddling illegal drugs. the father of dzhokhar and tamerlan say terrorists are threatening the family in southern russia. both his sons are innocent and that they were somehow framed. their mother takes it one step farther, she believes this bloody crime scene here in boston was no more than a lot of smoke. actors, she says, played the main victims, and the blood was nothing more than paint. this from the suspected bombers here. much more on that in a moment. first, russian president vladimvladmir putin urging closer
. welcome to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm brooke baldwin. it is 4:00 a.m. on the east coast. >>> downtown boston, this beautiful city is a crime scene this morning after a terror attack at the finish line of the boston marathon. normally such a joyous event that brings the city together. this is what we know at the moent, at least three people are dead this morning including an 8-year-old boy. "the boston globe" identifying that boy as martin rich char ri door chester, massachusetts. 17 of these people are said to be in critical condition. the fbi is leading the investigation right now. there's no known motive and no one is in custody but authorities are looking into several active leads. overnight they executed a search warrant at revere, massachusetts. 2:50 p.m. was the first explosion. the second explosion coming just 12 seconds later. this is what it looked and sounded like. that scene, you can see it, just chaos, confusion. police scramble to respond. >> get all units in this city to this scene now. >> i have multiple people down here, okay. i don't
to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> good morning. i'm brooke baldwin. it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. we begin with this. new developments in the boston marathon bombings. chilling photos just released. they show the remains of one of the explosive devices. wir wires, we're also seeing a battery and bits and pieces of what looks to be a circuit board. reuters saying the government official who did not want to be identified shared these photos along with these images of a mangled pressure cooker. as we look at the different photos, one appears to be a cluster, you see tiny bbs likely fused together and shot out after the heat of this blast. the fbi saying the second bomb was also in some sort of metal container. >> all those doctors saying they were finding the bbs and nails in the patients they were treating. >>> and word that boston area hospitals released at least 100 of the 183 people injured in monday's attack. we're learning more about the third person killed, identified as a chinese grad student studying at boston university. we are respecting her family's wishes
. >>> i want to go back to brooke baldwin in new york for the other stories. you were just here over the weekend. we were just talking about what a special event patriots day is in boston and the boston marathon. what a shame that such a wonderful day like that was just ruined. >> i was in the boston public library as the stairs were prepared and all the excitement was in the air. it is absolutely tragic. john berman, we'll come back to you momentarily. i want to get you some news on north korea. the leaders are turning up the rhetoric. they are now saying they won't give any warning at all before attacking south korea. they say they are responding to an anti-north korea rally in seoul. south korean leaders say the north's latest threats are regrettable. also in south korea this morning, a u.s. marine helicopter taking part in annual military exercises made a border with the north. the military says all the marines will be okay. >>> also out of washington, four republican senators who thought about supporting a compromise on gun control now say they will vote against it. the so calle
on in cambridge right now, brook baldwin is on the scene for us. brook, that's where the suspects, these two brothers, lived. what are you seeing, what are you hearing? >> okay, wolf, you're xl right. we're on this live picture right now. we have zoomed in, you see the firefighters, there they go actually moving closer down norfolk, so that is the street. so just, about i'd say maybe a football field and a half from where you see those firefighters, down norfolk, is where we believe is that apartment complex where these two guys have been living here in cambridge. i have been here for several hours this morning and what we just learned in a news conference from police givees with this tremendous law enforcement presence. you know, we have additional ambulances on standby, possibly in the case that there could be injuries with this controlled explosion, but we saw firefighters pulling out the hose, we're sort of waiting for possibly signaling cover your ears, umm, waiting, waiting to see when the explosion happens because you know you never know what could be inside of that apartment before t
baldwin and jake tapper pick up our coverage from boston right now. >>> i'm jake tapper alongside brooke copley square for live coverage of the investigation and the fallout from the boston marathon terrorist attacks. >>> we're standing by now for new developments concerning the boston bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. so meantime, we heard from the president. he spoke this morning, held a news conference. and he warned that lone wolves like the tsarnaev brothers, that they are the new threat. >> one of the dangers that we now face are self-radicalized individuals who are already here in the united states. in some cases may not be part of any kind of network, but because of whatever warped, twisted ideas they may have may decide to carry out an jessica yellin joins us now. she's our chief white house correspondent. and jessica, in the back and forth with the president today, heard you press the president on some of the criticism he's been getting mostly concerning intelligence sharing before the attack here in boston, just boylston. if you would, walk me through tha
waves. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hi, there. i'm brooke baldwin. good to be with you. beginning with breaking news on this thursday. reports of a tornado right now moving over mississippi. chad myers, it's in to alabama. tell us what you know. >> >> that's correct. it was on the ground. has been on the ground for a long time. it has produced one fatality. the storm continues to be on the ground as it travels to the east of columbus, mississippi. these are kind of rural areas, thank goodness, because this is probably an f-3, f-4 tornado on the ground. it did hit a town near may con, mississippi, earlier, but it's now moving in a very rural area near alabama. they're already taking some of the kids out of school already. the last time we happened we remember the vivid pictures of tuscaloo tuscaloosa. those kids are going home. more tornados in southern mississippi and some of the patien parishes of louisiana. this is going to be one of those days, if a storm is headed your way, assume the worst. get inside, get the pets inside. don'
's it for me. i'm wolf blitzer. brooke baldwin and jake tapper pick up our coverage from boston right now. >>> i'm jake tapper alongside brooke baldwin. we're at copley square for live coverage of the investigation and the fallout from the boston marathon terrorist attacks. >>> we're standing by now for new developments concerning the boston bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. so meantime, we heard from the president. he spoke this morning, held a news conference. and he warned that lone wolves like the tsarnaev brothers, that they are the new
. >> it was just awesome. >> crazy. good morning and welcome to "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john berman. happy patriots day. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> let's begin with a little news from the homeland. we have the northern plains pounded. we saw some of the pictures by snow. where are we, like almost in may now and here you have this snow, lots of it. combined with low visibility, high winds creating a recipe for disaster on this minnesota hi highway. the dakotas saw up to a foot and a half of snow yesterday and, folks, it is not over yet, another winterlike blast taking aim at denver. how much snow is expected there? let's go to bonnie schneider live in the weather center. say it isn't so. >> i'm sure that's what they're saying in denver. where is our spring. denver, you're on your way to seeing the snowiest april ever but it's not just snowing in colorado. we have snow right now in northern minnesota across the northern plains and then where it's a little warmer, seeing very heavy thunderstorms that are keeping across milwaukee and into green bay at this hour. so it's a st
>>> hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin live in boston on this beautiful friday afternoon. for special live coverage of the investigation into the boston marathon bombings. jake tapper will join me here in just a moment. but after a week spent in the same hospital as many of the victims he's accused of wounding here, dzhokhar tsarnaev is in a new hospital today. this time he's behind bars. so all this happened under the cloak of darkness, overnight. he was moved from where i am in boston to this federal prison camp who holds detainees who need medical care. he will not be getting a visit from his parents anymore soon. we know his mother is wanted in the united states on shoplifting charges and his father, anzor tsarnaev has abandoned his plans to come to the u.s. to help with the investigation and to bury his eldest son tamerlan. we have learned an ambulance was called in for him last night and his trip is now delayed indefinitely. also today, there is a new push to piece together the final minutes of sean collier's life. m.i.t. is posting this on his website, asking for any informatio
'm brooke baldwin sitting in for zoraida. want to begin with new developments in the high-stakes effort to defuse north korea's nuclear threat. the u.s. now renewing its call for authentic and credible negotiation but secretary of state john kerry is make it crystal clear north korea has to make the first move toward mothballing its nuclear ambitions. jim clancy is up for us in seoul, south korea. jim, let's begin with this rare public appearance. we haven't seen this young leader in a number of weeks. where was he? what was he doing? >> reporter: well, he slipped out of the shadows. we assume he was right there in the leadership position in pyongyang. he just wasn't being seen in public but he emerged exactly at the stroke of midnight to go to the great hall where the bodies of his grandfather kim il-sung, the founder, first leader of north korea alongside his own father kim jong-il are entombed in glass coffins there paying as we were told the humblest respects to the leaders. the day is being celebrated in north korea obviously there's a two-day holiday today and tomorrow that it's m
this breaking news story throughout the afternoon. want to bring in my colleague brooke baldwin who will take it from here. >>> thank you. hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin. thanks for being with me on this tuesday afternoon as we begin with breaking news out of texas. take a look at these pictures as we explain exactly what is going on here on the ground. this is one of the campuses, there is a multicampus system here in texas, this is harris county this is in the houston area. this is lone star college. reports of multiple stabbings. you see all the white cars, clearly the police presence is there. in terms of numbers, and keep in mind this is still happening, the campus from what we know, according to this alert on this website, is still on lockdown. we're told as many as 14, 14 people are hurt. you see the big red letters, alert, if you google lone star college cyfair campus, this is what you see front and center on this college website. this is the school. alert, they are telling folks to stay away, stay away from campus, because one suspect is still at large. we know another suspect is i
, i'm john berman. >> good morning, i'm brooke baldwin. it is a real-life tragedy for the reality show cast this morning a favorite on mtv it's called "buckwild." and this young man, 21-year-old shain gandee was found dead. first reported missing sunday night, gandee and two others, one of whom was his uncle, were found dead inside a ford bronco on monday. so this truck was partially submerged in mud in a wooded area of kanawha county in west virginia. and nischelle turner is live for us in los angeles to sort of unravel some of these details. what do we know this morning? >> well, things are becoming a little bit clearer, brooke. like you said you mentioned the truck was found partially submerged in mud and the muffler was under the mud. that could lead us to a little bit of a clue into what happened here. the sheriff's department tells us that gandee was found dead monday in a wooded area in west virginia. they did find the body of his 48-year-old uncle and a third victim, 27-year-old donald robert myers. the cause of death still under investigation but the sheriff's department said
tapper alongside brooke baldwin in boston for special live coverage of the investigation into the boston marathon terrorist attacks. >> live during this hour, a lot happening here in the city of boston. in just about 15 minutes from now, this city will stand still along with the white house at the precise moment when the two bombs went off, about a block from where we're standing here in copley square. remember, this was the middle of boston, the end of boston's most famous race, the iconic marathon. it happened this very hour exactly one week ago. so today, of course, they will be honoring the four victims and the dozens wounded in last monday's attacks. >> we now know the surviving suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev, has been charged while he lays badly wounded in his hospital bed here in boston. one of the charges using a weapon of mass destruction. all this as bostonians are back at work today, trying to find some semblance of normality after a deadly bombing, a manhunt, car chases, shootout, city wide lockdown, four innocent people have been killed. one of those being remembered today is kr
appreciate all that they do for us. >> reporter: brooke baldwin, cnn, boston. >>> and right now, i'm chris cuomo here with brooke baldwin live in boston as part of cnn's special coverage of the boston bombing. a very moving piece and what we have been hearing here is that while we saw the worst of what people can do, sean collier, as a victim, represented the best in us. >> brings out the best in tragedies like these. i talked to a 41 year veteran with the boston fire department, i spent my day in cambridge and to hear stories anecdotally about him, how he would help everyone on campus, so badly wanted to be a police officer, was in police training school with another officer who was wounded, stories like these that are coming out and it is so important for every time we mention the suspects, we want to mention the victims 50 times over. >> that's definitely the right intention to have. still unclear that happened to him that night. >> we want to share the photos with you, new photographs taken from the apartment overlooking the road where the two boston marathon suspects, tamerlan and dzh
. >> okay. tom, thank you so much. i want to go now to our own brooke baldwin in cambridge, massachusetts. brooke, you've spoken with an auto body shop owner who apparently has new information on the case. what have you learned? >> reporter: yeah, jake. what an interview it was. this entire city has really been on this hunt for the killer or killers from monday. this 19-year-old suspect walked right down the street from his apartment in norfolk street to this auto body shop and acted very curiously with this auto body owner saying he thought he was on drugs it was so bizarre. never seen him like this. the day after the marathon. watch this. >> tuesday i saw the youngest one, the youngest brother. he came to my shop. he was standing right there. he was working on a car and he came i would say around like 12:30, 1:00. and had a car dropping here, which was two weeks ago, and he told me the car belongs to his girlfriend. you know, he disappeared for two weeks and one tuesday he came here to see where is the car? it's in the parking lot but i haven't worked on it yet. i removed the rear bumpe
. right in front makeshift memorial here at copley square. i'm jake tapper. >> i'm brooke baldwin. so great to be live in the midst of boylston street. a busy morning of developments. let's begin with the latest in the investigation here this morning. have you this younger suspect, dzhokhar tsavraev. he is now in a new hospital bed. overnight, moreovved overnight ft. devens, a massachusetts prison that holds detainees that need medical care. 40 miles west of where we are. meantime, how about this? his father is going nowhere. tsavraev has apparently abandoned his plan to come to the united states and help in the investigation. his wife canceled an ambulance for him last night and now says his trip is delayed indefinitely. piecing together the final minutes of sean collier's life. m.i.t. is asking for any information on last week's killing of the school police officer believed to be the last victim in the killing spree. >>> was times square the next target? new york city mayor says that tsavraev brothers wanted to detonate the next bomb in a tourist spot. let's talk about dzhokhar tsav
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.com/impact. that's it for me. i'll be back 5:00 p.m. eastern later today in "the situation room." brooke baldwin and jake tapper take it over from here. >>> wolf, thank you so much. good afternoon, i'm brooke baldwin here standing on boylston street as we continue this search for aton marathon b. now two weeks ago today. we're going to talk about next couple of hours about the parents here wt we're learning from both the tsarnaev parents as there had been word possibly they would be coming here to boston. still this elder brother, the t medical examiner's office. also, this afternoon, getting new details from ashleigh banfield who is here in boston. nuggets as far as what she's been learning from the beth israel hospital staff, when this younger tsarnaev, dzhokhar tsarnaev was taken last week, to this prison medical facility in dev devens, massachusetts, 40 miles from
♪ that does it for me. i'm brooke baldwin live today in boston. jake tapper takes it from here. jake? >>> thank you, brooke baldwin. an act of terror on our soil. this city, this country on alert. i'm jake tapper and this is "the lead." there is only one lead today. it is of course cnn's continuing coverage of the terrorist bombings here in boston. we are devoting our entire hour to the newest developments in the investigation. to the victims, to the heroes, and to the man hunt. there are as of now no arrests, no suspects have been named, no responsibility has been claimed. no reason has been given for the senseless attacks. now we've learned the name of a second victim who died in the attack. her name was krystle campbell of medford, massachusetts. boston is in mourning. boston is also holding its breath as authorities chase down the person or people who did this. any shred of evidence from the public could make the difference. memories here are still fresh from the scariest terror incident in our borders since 9/11. >> we have a multi casualty incident here. >> reporter: just
give so solace to so many. our special coverage continues with anderson cooper and brooke baldwin. >>> good afternoon, everyone. i'm anderson cooper live in boston. this is our continuing live coverage of the terror attack here in boston. i'm standing about four blocks from the scene of the center of a massive investigation right now. >> and i'm brooke baldwin also live here in boston. what a past 24 hours it has been for doctors and nurses and these families here, right here where i'm standing at brigham and women's hospital in boston, they're treating more than two dozen victims from the bombings at the marathon. we'll talk to chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta about what we're hearing, why so many amputations, and we're learning more about the shrapnel that has been embedded in some of these young people and older people, lower extremities. anderson? >> and we're getting new information really by the minute here. there are brand-new developments in the investigation. and the hunt for the person or people responsible for this attack. we're learning more about the bombs
. and it starts tonight with president obama not too far from newtown. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. >> no, no, no. >> iron lady dies and inside look at margaret thatcher's relationship, both with ronald reagan, and the queen. >> the lady is not returning. >>> the desperate search for needles in a hay stack. how crews are looking for two brothers in the gulf of mexico. >>> plus, one of music's sexiest couples taking heat for their vacation to cuba. >>> and, snoop says there will never be a gay rapper. he explains why. >>> hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin. thanks for joining me here on this monday. we have to begin with sad news here this afternoon. known for her mousketeer ears, her beach parties, the entertainment world remembering annette funicello today. the former teen icon has died at the age of 70. we're told funicello died from complications of multiple sclerosis, a disease she apparently battled for years. >> i was feeling strange little things, numbness. i used to think i slept on my arm wrong. my equilibrium was strange, you know? i couldn't walk on the sand. my eyesight was dete
away. brooke baldwin, i know you had a chance to talk to some firefighters. >> yeah, we heard the message, it was pervasive through the service today, i met a hero last night. we heard the mayor talking today about the firefighters, thanking them for breaking through the gates, making a hole, tending to the wounded. i want to introduce you to a 41-year veteran of the boston fire department, his name is charlie buchanan. 41 years, never done an interview and never experienced a day as the city experienced on monday. he rushed in when others rushed away, and the first body he saw was that of 8-year-old martin richard. he realized what was going on, realized he needed to quickly put a sheet over his body out of respect for this young, tiny boy. next to him lay his 6-year-old little sister, her leg gone. this is what he told me about that moment. >> i saw little girl that another guy grabbed. her leg was severed, the right leg, and behind her was a little person that had to be this little boy that they talked about. and couldn't do anything for him. his name was martin. and we put
of the suspects and that is also where the carjacking began and ended up in watertown. our brooke baldwin is standing by live in cambridge. brooke, explain where you are and what you are looking at. >> okay, so anderson i am about a block away from norfolk street, so these are live pictures. i stepped away from the camera so you can see basically what i'm looking at. norfolk street down the road, about a football field and a half, is where these suspects, these two brothers apparently lived. i have been here in cambridge for i'd say five to six hours and we have been watching off and on, a lot of law enforcement activity i've seen local police, state police and a huge, huge presence of fbi agents. in the last ten minutes or so, huge change. we all have been waiting for these controlled explosions that police had briefed us on, about two hours ago. we heard no booms. no explosions here on the street. to the left, and i was in this crush of cameras, the press, where suddenly a loud, much, much closer and in fact, everyone was standing, as i was a moment ago before hopping on tv with you, i
here in the heart of boston. brooke baldwin is standing by over there. crews have replaced the bricks and repaired the damaged sidewalk. set the scene for us. >> good morning. i don't think normal is really the right word here in boston. today feels half ka that are tick. we're in the middle of the back bay in boston. this is boylston street now reopened. just down the street is where those two explosions went off. the street as you can see, all the cars and the traffic, it has reopened. out of respect to the victims, i don't want to walk down there. they're laying new concrete, replacing shop glass. walking around here, we're not too far from that. this is the memorial. initially this memorial had been set up down the road because boylston had been shut off. they brought these three crosses for the three young victims who were killed a week ago last mon monday. i just want to walk you around. people are here, people from boston and not from boston. a lot of te di bears, a lot of sweatshirts that say boston strong. red sox over here. let me walk you back this way. we have someone here
marathon bombing, continues now with jake tapper a brooke baldwin, here in boston. >> half a world away from boston, the parents -- the parents of the bombing suspects lash out. they say their lives are now in danger and their sons are victims of an elaborate hoax. >>> good morning. welcome to a special edition of i news room" live from boston. i'm jake tapper. >> i'm brooke baldwin. busy morning of developments. let's begin with investigators looking into a bizarre and fascinating possibility that his older brother, a devout muslim, with fundamental
this morning. >> and good morning, i'm brooke baldwin in new york. it's 5:00 a.m. on the east. >> and here in boston, it really is all hands on deck as authorities investigate those twin bomb blasts right near the finish line of the boston marathon. this is what we know at this moment. the explosions killed three people including an 8-year-old boy. 8-year-old boy identified by the "boston globe" as martin richards of dorchester. his mother and sister also hurt. there were 144 total people hurt, 17 in critical condition this morning, 5 in serious condition. the fbi is now taking the lead in this investigation. there is no motive, no one is in custody, they say. but authorities are said to be pursuing several active leads. overnight they executed a search warrant at an apartment in raveer, massachusetts. the first explosion happened at 2:50 p.m., four hours and nine minutes into the race. the second explosion came 15 seconds later. this is what it looked like. this is what it sounded like. you can see it right there. people on the scene witnessing the carnage. they simply cannot believe thei
's apparently not safe. chris. >> brooke baldwin. now to deb freyerick, watertown. covering the latest developments, we had images on watertown on delay in case there was violence not appropriate to be broadcast. what are you learning? >> another reason why on delay and something we were concerned about. you never want to give away positioning, strategy or logistics of an operation. we do know in the last couple of minutes actually, number of people pulled out. there were folks in military fatigues, atf, fbi, caravan of 20 vehicles pulled out. all loaded with people. this area cooling down as people pulled back. we don't know what happened there. trying to get the information. not clear why there was so much activity so quickly. reported earlier, and we smelled smoke. and the helicopter circled overhead and the person i was speaking with, the one thing we want to emphasize and this is very, very serious, that is nobody knows the context of what these two people were doing and with whom we may have been doing this with? have you two individuals who created a relatively sophisticated dev
, i'm brooke baldwin with john berman. i want to begin with the scene of this truck in oklahoma city. we can now tell you according to oklahoma city police that situation is clear right now. so it's clear, you see the truck, they were checking it out, with the oklahoma city bombing anniversary this week, and everything that happened here, there is absolute reason to be very, very cautious. >> and we just learned at the white house there was a suspicious letter addressed to president obama. the letter was connected somehow to the one that went to the senate. i'm going to dana bash with the latest on this update. >> yes, the letter they tried to get to president obama, very similar identifying characteristics that tried to get to senator roger wicker of mississippi. and we know in the case of senator wicker, this letter tested an initial positive, and one more reliable positive test at a lab that makes senate officials and law enforcement officials feel confident enough it is the deadly y poison ricin. so their also taking other precautions. i can tell you the reason i'm talking slowly
. customers are returning. the tragedy is still fresh in everyone's mind. brooke baldwin joins us from boylston street. what's the mood there? >> i think normal still isn't quite the right word. we're just across the street from where you're standing in copley square. this is the heart of the back bay, something i haven't seen in the week and a half here, traffic. we're standing, anderson, in the middle of this memorial which was on the edge of boylston. now take a look around. we are surroundsed by people. people who are bostonians, people who just wanted to come here to pay their respects, flowers, red sox hats, running shoes and three crosses for the victims who lost their lives. just down the road is where those two blasts went off. i personally walked it this morning. we have some video we can show of workers laying down fresh concrete and working on the trees. just out of respect for the lives that were lost at that location, i just don't want to walk around down there. that's what's happening just a stone throw from where i am. walk with me this way. this is amanda. i noticed yo
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" starts right now. >>> hello, everyone. i'm fredricka whitfield in for brooke baldwin. the chief prosecutor in houston is under 24 hour protection. and law enforcement officials across the state of texas are treading with caution today after the second recent murder of one of their own. tough talking prosecutor mike mclelland was found dead sunday morning. mclelland's wife was slain as well. their bodies were found at their home in kaufman county, the same texas county where assistant d.a. mark hasse was shot dead back in january. hasse's murder in broad daylight prompted this challenge to the killers by the now dead mclelland. >> i hope that the people that did this are watching because we're very confident that we're going to find you, we're going to pull you out of whatever hole you're in, we're going to bring you back and let the people of kaufman county prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law. >> law enforcement officials including the fbi want to know if the killings were linked and whether white supremacists may have been involved here. recent indictments of dozens
in for brooke baldwin. we have a developing story out of north texas. these two prisoners are on the loose this hour. the one on the right is being held on a charge of capital murder. his name is brian alan tucker. john marlon king on the left was being held for allegedly evading a theft charge. they escaped from the hopkins county jail northeast of kaufman county, which is reeling from the murders of two prosecutors. sergeant brad cummings is with the hopkins county sheriff's office. how and when did the men escape? >> officers were advised this morning about 8:20 that we did have two males later identified as tucker and king that apparently they were on the recreation yard and they were able to manipulate the fencing area and slip through a part of the fence. and they took off east of the sheriff's office. >> well, you know, that's quite detailed in how you believe it happened. but one has to wonder, how could something like that happen in a place that is known to have high security? >> that's correct. you know, that's one thing that goes through all our minds and i'm sure there will be
quite like the power of quaker oats. today is going to be epic. quaker up. >>> all right. brooke baldwin with us now with a look at what's happening on "starting point." >> at the top of the hour, a coach caught on video. hurling basketballs. have you seen this? at some of his college players, screaming profanities. slurs at them. even shoving, kicking them at points in the video. one of many questions we're asking is it time for rutgers head coach mike rice to go? got some great guests on this this morning. we have former nba basketball player john amaechi and cnn investigator reporter john barr who's been following the story very, very closely. they'll be up this morning. and then michael jackson's doctor, who was convicted of manslaughter, in the king of pop's death, is speaking, from his prison cell, with anderson cooper. it is a bizarre interview. there is singing involved. you have to hear this. we will talk to victims rights attorney gloria allred, get her reaction to him singing the blues. and then you know him as one half of espn's tough talking mike and mike in the morning. mik
. i'm john berman. >> i'm brooke baldwin. an arrest in the brazen shooting of a west virginia sheriff known for his tough stance on drugs. police in mingo county, west virginia, 37-year-old maynard parked his car close to sheriff's walter crum's suv yesterday and shot him twice in the head while he was heating lunch. >> susan candiotti is live in west virginia right now. what's the latest, susan? >> john, well, certainly this is stunning to everyone b who lives in this community. who would have expected it? and what led to this? all we know is this. cnn has learned that the suspect, after he was caught, said something to investigators, now they're not revealing what that is yet, but possibly it could be a part of the motive, what led to all of this. the suspect is 37-year-old old. his name is maynard and lives withis father. his father told our cnn affiliate that his son suffered from mental problems but we don't know how he got his hands on what police say is a .40 caliber glock, a handgun. when we walked up to the sheriff as he was sitting in his marked vehicle yesterday and shot ri
that. good wednesday morning. welcome to a special edition of "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john bermen. we are live in boston. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> new developments in the boston marathon bombings to tell you about this morning. investigators tracking down some 2,000 leads. 2,000. examining chilling new photos. these photos just released overnight showing the remains of one of the detonated devices. they show wires, they show a battery and bits of what appears to be a circuit board. reuters says a government official who did not want to be identified shared these photos overnight along with images of a mangled pressure cooker. in one photo you can see what appears to be a cluster of bbs. doctors were saying they were finding bbs and nails in the legs of patients. the fbi saying a second bomb was in some type of metal container. >> we will talk about those pick chores and the investigation. boston area hospitals have released many of those 183 people injured in monday's attack. at least 100 of them now are out. >> that's good news. >> great news. we are also lea
.i.t. killed for no reason. >> no reason at all. >> let's go to brooke baldwin. she's over there in cambridge where these two suspects, they lived there, brooke. and you were telling us they're getting ready for a controlled explosion because they fear they may have found some more explosives. >> yeah, that's precisely right, wolf. we're going to stay on these live pictures. i'm standing just off camera watching all after this unfold in front of my eyes. so what you see is the yellow crime scene tape and about half a dozen firefighters here. you see some of those agents moving in. those are fbi agents with the fbi vests in walking in. we're in watch and wait mode. we learned about the controlled explosion at that news conference just about an hour ago. and we have not really seen any hustle, any major activity other than everyone sort of just standing by. but where you see that tape, that is norfolk street. so if you hook a right and you go past those firefighters and down that street just about a football field and a half away, that is that apartment complex where these two young men had liv
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of footage i want to play you, which is of cnn brooke baldwin who spoke with a firefighter, and the young richard martin, the young 8-year-old boy. listen to this. >> i saw a little girl that another guy grabbed. her leg was severed, her right leg. and behind her was a little person that had to be this little boy that they talked about. and -- >> he didn't -- >> we couldn't do anything for him. his name was martin. and we put a sheet over him, just out of respect for him. >> it's just desperately sad, isn't it, governor, that this little boy, he went with his whole family, his mom, his dad, his sister, his brother, and he didn't go home. you know, he's been -- been killed. >> piers, it's horrible. i know that family. his parents have been active in my campaigns. i talked to his dad yesterday and visited with both his mom and dad today. and the older brother, henry, who really helped to save his sister's life. and you know their lives have been turned upside down. they are very, very important parts of our community, and the community is grieving with them. but again, even in that account,
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coming ♪ ♪ i'm the soul man >>> you can watch the whole thing next tuesday on pbs. i'm brooke baldwin. the lead with jake paper starts now. >> a bipartisan deal on capitol hill. you heard me right. i'm jake tapper and this is the lead. the national lead, one democrat, one republican coming together on a deal to expand background checks. senator pat toomey, republican from pennsylvania is already drawing fire from his allies in the gun rights movement. and he'll join us in just moments. >>> the word league. are you one the impression no matter how crazy north korea proves to be the u.s. can handle the problem? no problem. think again. we'll take you inside a pentagon war game that has some disturbing lessons about a war with kim jong-un. >>> the political lead. anthony weiner is back. former congressman is taking a shot at redemption and wife by his side weighing the possibility of a mayoral run. are voters willing to be as forgiving about his sexting scandal? we begin with the money lead, the "closing bell" on wall street where they will be talking about this day for a long ti
-in-a-lifetime opportunities. >> pretty awesome little kid there. i'm brooke baldwin. thanks so much for being with us. i'll send you to jake tapper and "the lead." >>> he'll speak just 50 miles from the horrific massacre in newtown. has he already been outmaneuv outmaneuvered on gun control. >>> the world lead. if north korea is trying to scare americans, mission accomplished. our poll shows that many people say north korea is a immediate threat while optimism for a peaceful solution is fading. >>> and the politics lead. add this to jay-z's 99 problems, congressional scrutiny over his getaway with beyonce to fidel castro's backyard. >>> president obama is in the skies aboard air force one planning to touch down in hartford, connecticut, where he's making a last-ditch effort to keep his gun control agenda alive. the president will speak about 50 miles from newtown where 26 people including 20 children were gunned down in december, as if you could forget. now nearly four months later, the shock has faded and so has the support for tougher gun laws. the senate will begin debating new legislation as early a
competent, and lucid at a bedside hearing. cnn's brooke baldwin is joining us now from beth israel deaconess medical center here in boston. brooke, what do we know about the suspect's health? >> reporter: wolf, we now know from the fbi and folks here at beth israel hospital here in boston that 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev has been upgraded from serious condition now to fair condition. what does that mean? if you listen to our chief medical correspondent sanjay gupta he basically explains that means tsarnaev's vital signs have stabilized. things like heart pressure, blood pressure, and heart rate for example. we know he had an operation on saturday so a couple days out his condition has been improving which obviously is good news. that of course is predicated upon whether or not he decides to continue cooperating with investigators but also that his medical condition clearly helps in gleaning information out of him with regard to what happened last monday. but to quote sanjay gupta he is now officially out of the woods, wolf. >> brooke, you also had a chance today to speak to some veterans w
screen. >>> all right. brooke baldwin joins us with what's ahead on "starting point." >> ahead this morning, something i know you talked about a bunch this morning, this manhunt under way after a texas county district attorney and his wife were found dead in their home. one of the questions we're asking, is this at all connected to the murder of that assistant district attorney from a little more than two months ago. we'll go there. we're going to talk with a county judge bruce wood, the kaufman mayor william fortner and texas congressman ted poe who himself was a former judge, former prosecutor who was threatened. we're going to talk to him. plus cringe worthy. an excruciating moment during the louisville/duke game last night that i know a lot of you are talking about this morning and tweeting about here. this will go down in sports history. >> it was awful. >> awful doesn't even cover it. cardinals forward kevin ware's leg snapped in half in front of millions of viewers and fans and players. how is he doing? i've seen a picture at least on instagram sitting in his hospital be
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